Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety, II Ms. Chandrima Das International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) Support ICAP Fellows

International Career Advancement Association

Org #25557
Vetted since 2014
1996
year founded
$95,764
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

The mission of the International Career Advancement Association is to continue to bring together promising minority leaders together for leadership training, and to create a network that helps underrepresented voices be heard in American foreign policy. The International Advancement Program (ICAP) is an annual program held in ASPEN where about 25 participants spend an intense week together, and leave as part of a valuable network.

Project Leaders
Angana Shah
Angana Shah
Rashida  Petersen
Rashida Petersen
Minty Abrahams
Minty Abrahams
Team
Charlotte G Kea, Sandra Rivera, Latanya M Frett
Organization Information
http://icapaa.org/
P.O. Box 33522
Washington, DC 20033
United States
202-445-6306

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1079525280
Organization Information
http://icapaa.org/
P.O. Box 33522
Washington, DC 20033
United States
202-445-6306

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1079525280

Project Reports

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Aug 16, 2018
ICAP Raises More Than $5,000 in Honor of Nelson Mandela Day
On July 18, the ICAP community — alumni, sponsors, advisors, and friends — made 43 gifts for a record-breaking total of $5,285 in contributions during GlobalGiving Mandela Day Campaign....
May 21, 2018
AMBASSADOR REUBEN E. BRIGETY II RECEIVES THE 2018 ICAP DIVERSITY AWARD
Dear ICAP Supporters! On April 28, the International Career Advancement Program Alumni Association (ICAPAA), honored Ambassador Reuben E. Brigety II, Dean of the Elliott School of International...
Feb 20, 2018
Ms. Chandrima Das Elected President of ICAP Alumni
Dear Supporters! The International Career Advancement Program Alumni Association (ICAPAA) is pleased to announce that Ms. Chandrima Das, a 2013 ICAP Fellow, was elected to succeed Charlotte G. Kea, as...
 
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